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Poster: William Tell Date: Nov 10, 2010 2:11pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Shakedown Street

Hey--that's cool about the work situation working out, so to speak, though commuting can be a major suckage (more time for listening I take it?).

As to what you missed, well--a handful of newbies have successfully joined up, and among them, a few gals...that's a big change it seems to me. I'd like to say their influence means it's all sunshine and flowers (no offense ladies--meant in the most positive manner I can imagine; you know how us juveniles of the species can be), but sadly, some major troll events in your absence...

Some things never change, eh? Including me: I still stick to nonDEAD posts by and large, with a smidge of nonmusical DEAD related posts now and again...there you have it on the consistency front; wherever you go, we'll all still be here boring the beejeebers out of any and all takers.

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Poster: clashcity Date: Nov 10, 2010 4:36pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Shakedown Street

The work situation is quite a change from my 10 minute commute, great office and 100% company paid health benefits.

I've been on a steady diet of '74 on the drives lately. Something about the sound they had going that just perfectly complements the autumn season.

Sounds like its a cyclical thing with the board. I recall much the same when I first came round.